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8 edition of Star of the Sea found in the catalog.

Star of the Sea

by Linda Haldeman

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  • 3 Currently reading

Published by Doubleday in Garden City, N.Y .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementLinda Haldeman.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPZ4.H1615 St, PS3558.A354 St
The Physical Object
Pagination182 p. ;
Number of Pages182
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4566723M
ISBN 100385133634
LC Control Number77082759
OCLC/WorldCa3540551

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Star of the Sea is a thriller about an announced murder. But it goes beyond. It uses the format of mixed narratives, including newspaper series, diaries, letters, statements, ballad's lyrics to tell the reader about the famine in Ireland around with the consequent death and migration of thousands of Irishmen to the US and Canada, It is a story of murder and guilt, full of by: Joseph O'Connor's impressive historical novel, Star of the Sea, examines the unsettled personal tragedies among a group of interrelated characters and their difficulties in disregarding the past.

Lord Merridith and his family board the titular ship inbound for New York, leaving behind an Ireland devastated by famine and strife/5(). Star of the Sea has been read in different ways, but to its author, at any rate, it is simply a story about love.

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Feb 9, - Fiction - pages 34 Reviews In the bitter winter offrom an Ireland torn by famine /5(34).

Star of the Sea is a historical fiction novel by Joseph O’Connor. Set in the winter ofit chronicles the transatlantic voyage of a ship of refugees striving to escape Ireland’s potato famine by migrating to the United States.

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It's so well written that the complex structure of the book seems natural and the shifting perspectives of the narrative effortless.4/5. STAR OF THE SEA by Joseph O’Connor ‧ RELEASE DATE: May 1, A bumptious epic about a New World–bound ship Star of the Sea, full of raging immigrants, conflicted aristocrats, and a flint-eyed : Joseph O’Connor.

The Star of the Sea on 2nd consumption having previously read these same pages 10 years earlier was as engrossing and fulfilling as before.

It is beautifully narrated here capturing the time and bringing to life the depths of its fascinating characters of which there are many. Star of the Sea begins with four introductory quotations, or epigraphs.

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For O'Connor, the Star of the Sea serves as a microcosm through which he presents men and women of different social classes as they cope with the day journey to America. As four main characters recall the pivotal experiences of their lives which led them to make this fateful journey, the reader becomes emotionally involved with their stories, acquiring a broad background in.

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A number one bestseller in Britain and Ireland, it won the Prix Littéraire Européen Madeleine Zepter for European Novel of the Year, the Hennessy/Sunday Tribune 'Hall of Fame' Award, the Irish Post Award for Fiction, Italy's Premio Giuseppe Acerbi for New Literature, France's Prix Millepages for Foreign.

As the Star sails, Lord Merridith, his wife Laura, Mary Duane and the despicable Pius Mulvey are profiled. Everywhere in this novel are the stark reminders of the chasm between classes. The present action takes place onboard the ship bound for America with her starving and diseased, but hopeful, cargo.

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